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U.N. and partners say US$4.1 billion in aid is needed for war-torn Sudan

The aid plan is meant to fund the work of 163 organizations inside Sudan and 83 others in refugee-hosting countries.

WFP says 18 million people across Sudan face acute hunger. (AN/Yusuf Yassir/Unsplash

Ten months into a war among rival generals, Sudan faces "epic suffering" and its civilians and refugees need billions in aid from the international community, the United Nations and dozens of other organizations said.

The US$4.1 billion appeal for donations will help 25 million people – roughly half of Sudan's entire population – who urgently need humanitarian assistance and protection, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said on Wednesday.

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